Isn't Life Strange" is a 1972 single by the English progressive rock band the Moody Blues, which was based on Pachelbel's Canon In D. Written by bassist John Lodge, it was the first of two singles released from their 1972 album Seventh Sojourn, with the other being "I'm Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band)" (also written by Lodge). Isn't Life Strange" is one of the Moody Blues' longer songs, lasting for over six minutes. John Lodge – bass guitar, possible acoustic guitar, vocals.
A lot of people will laugh at the idea of a new Moody Blues album, eight years after their last new release and 35 years after the original band started in the business. The fact is, though, that this is about the liveliest and leanest that the group has sounded in more than 20 years. Among this collection of 14 songs, ten have very pleasing melodies, unpretentious lyrics, and generally attractive performances. That puts Strange Times several steps above the last few of the group's albums.
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Strange Times is a music studio album recording by THE MOODY BLUES (Crossover Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1999 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. John Lodge is also well below par, his "Words you say" in particular sounding rather like a pathetically inadequate imitation of "Isn't life strange". Strange Times came as a breath of fresh air for us old Moodies fans, but is curiously underrated by those who seem to want a repeat of the Moodies' classic seven albums. We had an 8-year wait after the Moodies' previous studio album - 1991's Keys Of The Kingdom, which was a bit of a hodgepodge.
Strange Times (The Moody Blues album). Strange Times is the fifteenth album by the rock band The Moody Blues, released in 1999. This was the last Moody Blues album to feature longtime flautist and vocalist Ray Thomas. English Sunset" (Justin Hayward) - 5:05.
Seventh Sojourn, released in 1972, was the seventh album released by The Moody Blues’ psychedelic era line-up. In Seventh Sojourn, The Moody Blues used, besides the Mellotron, a keyboard called the Chamberlin, a device similar to the Mellotron created by the original inventor of the device, Harry Chamberlin. It could simulate orchestral sounds more realistically and easily than the Mellotron. Seventh Sojourn managed to reach in the UK, and became the band’s first . chart topper, spending five weeks at the summit to close out 1972. Two hit singles came from this album: Isn’t Life Strange and I’m Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band) Read o. .
Watch the video for Isn't Life Strange from The Moody Blues's The Best Of The Moody Blues for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Isn't life strange A turn of the page Can read like before Can we ask for more? Each day passes by How hard man will try? The sea will not wait Yo. ead the full lyrics for Isn't Life Strange. Discuss these lyrics on MetroLyrics. Partners We're giving away two sets of high performance speakers. fm Live Third Eye Blind and Jimmy Eat World start Summer Gods Tour strong.
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Performer:The Moody Blues Genre: Rock Title: Isn't Life Strange / After You Came Released: 1972 Style: Prog Rock MP3 version ZIP size: 1785 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1118 mb Rating: 4.1 Votes: 649 Other Formats: AA MPC FLAC WAV AAC RA MP2
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